The Glass House was one of our favourite places to dine on board Britannia. They had a great wine selection handpicked by the lovely Olly Smith, and lots of small plates for informal picky dining.
We ate there on a couple of occasions so got a chance to try quite a wide range of the small plates, here’s what we had…
Warm Quail and Cumberland Sausage Scotch Egg – served with horseradish and mustard mayonnaise, these miniature Scotch eggs were so moreish we ordered them twice.
Chicken is usually a safe but rather dull option, but these Chicken Tenders in a Parmesan and Ciabatta Crumb were served freshly fried with a guacamole and spring onion salsa and were delicious.
After a couple of fried options it was time for something healthy to offset it. The Watermelon, Feta, Papaya and Toasted Pumpkin Seed Salad was vibrant in colour and taste.
Sea Salt and Black Pepper Tempura King Prawns with Yuzu Dipping Sauce. I’m not sure if you get a sense of scale from this photo, but these were huge. Again, we ordered these twice they were so good.
Heirloom Tomato, Buffalo Mozzarella and Red Onion – this dish was made a little more interesting with a basil jelly and carta di musica bread which tasted like crispy rolled tortilla
Garlic Mushrooms in a Crisp Onion and Cheese Panko Crumb
You wouldn’t think we’d have had room for a dessert, but Becky and I are troopers and went straight in for a peanut butter sundae with bacon!
I was really impressed with the food at The Glass House and I’d highly recommend a visit if you are sailing on Britannia.